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A GREAT TROUBLE
with some coal even good looking coal
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Monday, April 4
SOCIETY'S GALA NIGHT
"First appearance In this city of the bright
ami highly successful star
In Edward C. White's gorgeous production
of Theodore Kremer's most successful
Supported by an excellent company of
23 artists ....
A magnificent scenic production
Presented with elaborate costumes
In Its fourth year of success a triumph
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1; box seats 1.50
Sale seats opens at Nixon's Confection
ery, 806 Main, Friday, April ist.
The following reference to Kather
ine Willard, who will appear at the
Gennett theater on Monday, April 4,
will be interesting: .
"The girlish looking young woman
who came down in response to my
eard has little of the look of the tra
ditional aetress about her. She is a
winsome woman with large dark eyes,
not easy to interview from a report
er's standpoint. Miss Willard does
not talk about herself to tell of wildly
adoring suitors, of gifts of diamonds
and rich furs, but if one's percep
tions are not at fault, her gifts of
beauty and intellectuality, her mod
esty and good sense are one of the
stamps of a successful actress. Vir
ginia Lee, in the Kansas City "World.
If your grocery don't keep "Ideal
Bread," telephone Richmond Baking
Co., and we will see that you get it.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but when
all other remedies failed, we saved
her life with Dr, King's New Discov
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in an advanced stage, also used this
wonderful medicine and, today she is
perfectly well." Desperate throat
and lung diseases yield to Dr. King's
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Second, Because it is easy to masti
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Third, Because you get more for
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Fourth, cause it has a flavor con
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'Yom 5 to 6 per cent.
Thompson's Loan and Real Estafc
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Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man
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THE RECORD MARK
Has Been Reached by the
Wabash River at the
SERIOUS LEVEE BREAK
Many Houses Washed From Their
Foundations and Much Live
stock Perishes in Flood.
Thousands of Acres Inundated and
the Damage Will toe
VIncennes, Ind., March 31. The Wa
bash river here has reached a mark
of twenty-three feet, which equals the
highest in its history. The most ser
ious of many breaks in the levee oc
curred near Belgrade landing, eight
miles north of here, on the Illinois
side The break occurred In a bend
In the river, the water rushing through
with great speed. Many houses were
washed from their foundations and
much livestock was drowned. The
water washed through Westport, put
ting the water to the second stories.
The flood is still rising in the little
town and doing enormous damage In
Lawrence county, two-thirds of which
is now under water. In -many places
the water is twenty feet deep.
The B. & O. S. W. tracks between
here and Lawrence ville. 111., are being
washed out because of the levee
breaking. The long trestle, two miles
west of here, is in a dangerous posi
tion and may be washed out. If it
should go the loss to the B. & O. S. W.
will be thousands of dollars.
DEMANDS OF MINERS
They Make Several at Joint Confer
ence Begun at Terre Haute.
Terre Haute, Ind., March 31. The
joint conference of Indiana operators
and miners has been resumed with
nearly 200 delegates present. The dis
cussion opened at once on several de
mands made by the miners. One Is
for a reduction in the price of powder
from $1.75 to $1.50 a keg, the miners
agreeing as heretofore to buy only
from operators A demand is made
for a reduction In the charges made
by operators for blacksmithing in ma
It is also demanded that the engi
neers and other day labor have the
benefit of the eight-hour day. President-elect
Boyle saying that the public
has been led to believe the eight-hour
day prevails, whereas it does not, as
to a large number of men at the mine.
Press Association Committee.
South Bend, Ind., March 31. John
B. Stoll, president of the Indiana Press
association, has announced the selec
tion of an executive committee:
Frank Singleton, of Martinsville, chair
man; S. N. Cragun, Lebanon; Benja
min F. Louthain, Logansport, and Ben
jamin F. AricKey,' of Lebanon. The
first meeting of the association will
be held at St. Louis during the world's
fair, or else at Winnipeg during the
Canadian tour. The association has
been invited to nold a winter meeting
at Gulfport, Miss.
Echo of Purdue Wreck.
Lafayette, Ind., March 31. Harry
Adams, of Frankfort, who played on
the Purdue football team and was a
victim of the wreck at Indianapolis
last October, has received $1,200 from
the Big Four Railroad company and
all expenses from the time of the
accident until he was able to return
to school. He was injured about the
head and side. A number of other
claims have been sent to the company,
which have not been settled.
Strange Lapse of Memory.
Anderson, Ind., March 31. L. H.
Vinnedge, In the charge , of Chief of
Police Robins, has arrived here. He
asserts that he knows nothing about
the drawing of a check for $5,000 and
also affirms that his mind has been a
blank since he left Anderson. He said
he did not even know he was in New
Orleans until he read in the newspa
pers an account of his being lost.
After giving a bond for $2,500, he was
allowed to go to his home.
"The Pace That Kills."
Brazil, Ind., March 31. Tenny P.
Lewis, joint representative for the
counties of Clay and Owen, has been
transferred to the Indiana reforma
tory at Jeffersonville, to serve an in
determinate sentence for embezzling
$647 from the local union of the United
Mine Workers, while serving as sec
retary. His downfall is attributed to
the environments marking his service
in the legislature at Indianapolis.
Capital City Out of Gas.
Indianapolis, March 31. The natur
al gas supply of the Consumers' Gas
trust will be turned off at midnight.
At present the company has about
one ounce of pressure at the city
limits. Of the 1,000 remaining con
sumers not more than 500 have enough
gas to light. The shutting off of gas
is In accordance with a resolution
adopted by the directors.
Aged Woman Burned to Death.
Bloomington, Ind., March 31. Re
becca Pellls, an inmate of the county
infirmary for twenty years, was burn
ed to death, her clothing catching Are
from an open grate.
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Ten thousand demons gnawing at
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than the tortures of itching piles. Yet
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Meeting Southern Indiana Teachers'
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Would take on a beautiful green if
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now. Send or telephone your orders
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grass to grow well next summer.
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PANY. Richmond, Ind., March 17, 1904.
The annual meeting of stockholders
of the Cincinnati, Richmond and Ft.
Wayne Railroad company will be held
at the office of the company, in the
city of Richmond, Indiana, on
THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904,
at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of electing eleven directors and trans
acting such other business as may
properly come before the meeting. ,
S. B. LIGGETT,
till aprl 8 Secretary.
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Teachers' Association at Winona
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